Three major takeaway chains in the UK have announced limited reopening programmes after closing during the coronavirus lockdown.
Burger King, KFC and Pret A Manger are opening certain restaurants around the country for delivery only.
Government guidelines state that while restaurants and pubs have to close, they can prepare food for collection or delivery.
The chains had decided to temporarily close as the lockdown took effect.
Burger King is to reopen four restaurants: two in Bristol, one in Coventry, and one in Swindon, with a pared-down menu.
Staff will wear masks and gloves and will be trained in running delivery-only kitchens hygienically, the fast food chain said.
There will be stringent cleaning measures, and staff will get social distancing training.
The restaurants will also donate 1,000 meals per week to staff working at NHS hospitals in the vicinity of the reopened restaurants.
Katie Evans, marketing director at the chain, said Burger King hoped the re-openings would go “some way to lifting our customers’ spirits in these difficult times”.
She added: “We want to demonstrate how appreciative everyone at Burger King UK is of [NHS staff] efforts in these unprecedented times.”